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The Kos facility is located in Protokaravo at the MD Mastihari, on the island of Kos, on an area of 15,000 square meters, owned by EKOTAKO SA.
The total storage capacity of the facility is approximately 6.800m3 and the daily distribution capacity by tanker trucks is more than 100 m3 of fuels, over an 8-hour operation during the winter months, and 450m3 of fuels during the summer. There are 3 employees -under permanent and temp contracts- working on-site.
There are eleven (11) ground and aviation fuel tanks. Refueling takes place with tankers through a mooring pier and a system of three 6’’ subsea pipes, about 600 meters long, that connect the pier with the onshore facility, at a speed of 200m3/hour.
The tankers that can be accommodated at the pier have a total tonnage of 3,500 DWT, with a stern unloading capacity.
Tanker trucks loading takes place at three loading hubs, through fully automated bottom loading systems, at a speed of 120 m3/hour, for up to 4 products simultaneously.
The facility has a modern pumping station and fire extinction water tank, fully complies with the corporate health and safety regulations and meets all environmental legislation requirements.
Today, the Kos facility serves the ground fuel supply needs of Kos and the nearby islands (Symi, Gyali) and supplies with aviation fuels the island’s airport.